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Aquanoids (2003)

R | | Horror | 2 February 2003 (USA)
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On a small island off the California coast it's the Fourth of July and tourists are washing up dead in Babylon Bay, once again! In 1987, rumor has it that mysterious sea creatures called ... See full summary »

Director:

Reinhart 'Rayteam' Peschke (as Ray Peschke)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Laura Nativo ... Vanessa
Rhoda Jordan ... Christina
Edwin Craig Edwin Craig ... Frank Walsh
Ike Gingrich ... Clint Jefferson
Laurence Hobbs ... Jackson (as Hugh Laurence Hobbs)
Suzan Spann Suzan Spann ... Courtney McClure
Robert Kimmel Robert Kimmel ... Stanze
Christopher Irwin ... Bruce
David Clark David Clark ... James
Doug Martin Doug Martin ... Dr. Remsen
Kari Betizer Kari Betizer ... Debra
Nita Nichols Nita Nichols ... Julie
Ron Petronicolos Ron Petronicolos ... Chad
Jeff Ryan Jeff Ryan ... Roger
Jake Solima ... Eric
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On a small island off the California coast it's the Fourth of July and tourists are washing up dead in Babylon Bay, once again! In 1987, rumor has it that mysterious sea creatures called Aquanoids were responsible for 17 vicious deaths. The Mayor dispelled the sightings as urban legend to protect the local tourist trade. Join environmental activist Vanessa DuMont as her fight to save the endangered abalone on Santa Clara Island turns into a fight of her life. Will she save the island from the latest Aquanoid attacks? Or will the greedy locals let more innocent people be slaughtered? Written by Anonymous

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Under Water, No One Can Hear You Scream See more »

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Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, gore, language and sexual content | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

cinemacabre.com - trailer

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tromos sto vytho See more »

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Wildcat Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Vanessa kicks Stanze off the boat she's using her left foot, but in the next shot it's now her right foot. See more »

Quotes

Clint Jackson: You're daughter's looking pretty fine. You still porking that?
Frank Walsh: Hehehe, you son of a bitch.
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References Tentacles (1977) See more »

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Z-grade isn't the word
8 July 2015 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

I'm a pretty big fan of the 'underwater monster' B-movie. CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON is the granddaddy of course, and JAWS the milestone against which all over movies have been judged/attempted to rip off over the past thirty-plus years. AQUANOIDS is somewhere between the two plot-wise, as humanoid-type creatures kill surfers and bathers at a beach, but there the resemblance ends. This is no-budget filmmaking at its very worst, utterly devoid of talent and interest and only worth watching to see how worthless it really is. The hardest thing to like about this film is the camera, which looks little better than your average home video; the shot on video format works against it, lessening the experience against other, better B-movies of the past.

A number of those films are referenced by characters in one SCREAM-like post-modern conversation, giving away the fact that the filmmakers are fans of this sub-genre. It's a shame they couldn't do anything with the tired script and awful execution. The creatures are barely seen, and boast rubbishy PREDATOR-style vision; the attacks involve laughable gore effects and one rip-off "monster birth" sequence. The jokes are flat and the acting awful, and brief nudity does nothing to keep you watching. The film's so cheap that even the guns rarely fire and explosions are effected via some lame CGI work. As the leading bimbo, Laura Nativo is attractive enough, and strangely resilient to the perils of the poor script, but she can't save this wishy-washy monster flick from being a total disaster.


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